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Workers shut down the entire computer network Monday night to thwart what the organization described as attempted extortion.
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Catholic ethics and church law must be at the center of a merger of two major Catholic health care systems that, if approved, will create the largest non-profit health system in the country, an archdiocesan official says.
Wisconsin health system trains registration and scheduling staff to conduct sometimes-difficult financial conversations with patients.